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Mother's Cake and Pryapisme at The Underworld Camden

The Underworld Camden
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Nightshift Promotions presents

Mother's Cake (Aut) and Pryapisme (Fr)
plus: Dirty Sound Magnet (Aut) and ADCX

Price: £12.50 adv.
Doors: 6:30pm - 11pm

**Mother's Cake** are an Austrian rock band founded in late 2008. They won the Local Heroes Austria band contest in 2010 and came in second at the European finals in Hungary.

Mother’s Cake drew attention of the Viennese label GAB Music and got signed. Their debut “Creation’s Finest” (2012) got featured by Ikey Owens († 2014, member of The Mars Volta & Jack White). Creation’s Finest created a big stir in Austrian music press and ensured Mother’s Cake a firm stand in the business. The first single “Soul Prison” reached over 200,000 views on Youtube.

In 2013, they got awarded with the “Austrian Newcomer Award″ and played many sold-out shows including support gigs for Iggy and the Stooges, Omar Rodriguez Lopez Group, Deftones and Tito & Tarantula.

The “Endless Space Tour 2014″ led them to Australia where they were welcomed cordially and successfully played 12 shows in 2 weeks. On April 4, Mother’s Cake released their album in Germany, played a tour there and announced their new video project.

“Off The Beaten Track” presents itself as a 45-minutes long movie that features a whole live-set of Mother’s Cake. It was funded successfully through a crowd-funding project and was followed up by the band supporting Anathema on their Distant Satellites tour leading through 20 countries playing 42 shows in 56 days.

The second studio album Love The Filth was released in June 2015 (Panta R&E).

**Pryapisme ** is a band who doesn't know how to write biography since 2000.

After studying ninja, a re-conversion in the cons-expertise of technical equipment for a massive group of automotive, Pryapisme offers an avantgardist rereading of the works of Tolstoy, but with real pieces of pizza inside.

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